The last ever episode of Slumming It with Emily & Marcello. Don’t cry, you guys.
Our favorite people Alex Koll, Sean Keane, Jeff Cleary, and MC Meathook all stopped by to wish us bon voyage! We talk about the future of Slumming It. What should we do now? TV? Antacids? Bi-coastal waterslides? We discuss all our options in this farewell episode!
Thanks to everyone for listening all these months. It’s been a lot of fun!
Last night on Slumming It we interviewed my good friends Avery and Jory, authors of the new book I Feel Relatively Neutral About New York and the national bestseller All My Friends Are Dead:
It’s the show that both broke their sexual tension and destroyed their friendship forever.
We also get a new joke-off theme song courtesy of my brother, who stopped by to tell us travel stories about lady-boys and play us some songs from his band’s new album. Catch his band She Beards at the Starry Plough this Friday!
If this image creeps you out, then GOOD. This week’s episode of Slumming It opens on an extremely creepy note as three different creepsters vie for the title of Slumming It superfan Mr. McQueef. Who is real and who is the impostor? And where is he storing all these hair dolls of me? The truth is much scarier than fiction!
But after that we had heartwarming chats with both our dads in honor of Father’s Day! Marcello’s dad tells Marcello’s second-most embarrassing story and my Dad talks about eating placenta (which is also, incidentally, Marcello’s most embarrassing story). Listen up or right click here to download.
Last night’s episode of SLUMMING IT is up! One of my favorite episodes EVER with Karina Denike (of the Dance Hall Crashers and much much more) and Chris Thayer. Got in some good chats about bay area music as well as some super embarrassing confessions of my own fan-dom. Then Chris Thayer killed it in the joke-off and we talked about prom. Right-click here to download (actual show starts about 3:20 in).
This week’s episode of Slumming It is now up! It’s our food poisoning episode, as Marcello had food poisoning from a surprising source. Alex Koll also stops by to talk to us about the art of photographing jerky 18 year olds, and Joey Devine gives us a review of Fast5 (spoiler alert: he loved it!).